60s Inspired Step Stool


60s Inspired Step Stool


60s Inspired Step Stool
60s Inspired Step Stool

If you've got tons of leftover scrapbook paper or cardstock just sitting around the house, then get ready to clear out those craft cabinets because we've got the perfect craft for you! This sweet 60s Inspired Step Stool is an adorable vintage-inspired craft that you'll definitely want to put at the top of your summer craft list. This free holiday craft is incredibly easy and is a great way to give a thrift store find a whimsical makeover. While this craft is wonderful throwback idea, don't feel like you have to stay in the 60s. You can easily apply a trendy pattern like chevrons or polka dots to give this budget-friendly craft a modern twist. However you style this step stool, you're sure to be one step ahead of the craft crowd with this DIY home decor idea.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaper, Recycled Materials, Other

Primary TechniqueHome Decor



Project TypeMake a Project

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I'm absolutely in love with this! I always love to go to thrift stores when I have the time and every once in awhile you come across something like this. But, I'll be making my own rather than wasting time looking. Great vintage project!

This is really beautiful! I am a little on the short side and sometimes need a little extra help to see in to some presses especially in out campervan- I would love to convert a set of steps in to what you have done! Rather than them been an eye sore they could be a feature piece)

Adorable! I have a plain wooden step stool from Ikea that is just begging for a makeover like this. I love the print on the paper the blogger chose!

This is very Mad Men-like. I'd love to add it to my living room.


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